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 By Chris Wright

Cristiano Ronaldo Jnr not impressed by dad's four goals for Real Madrid

After helping himself to four goals in Real Madrid's 7-1 hammering of Celta Vigo, Cristiano Ronaldo sent yet more scoring records tumbling.

Indeed, the Portuguese superstar duly became the fastest player in post-war European football history to score 350 goals for one club (taking just 335 games.)

He also moved past Athletic Bilbao legend Telmo Zarra into second spot on La Liga's all-time scoring chart, tucked in just behind Lionel Messi in the running.

All incredibly impressive stuff -- unless, of course, you happen to be Ronaldo's five-year-old son, who was spotted turning an entirely disinterested eye to his father's scoring feats and playing on his phone while attending the Celta game at the Bernabeu.

To be fair to the lad, he's seen it all before. Barely a week goes by when his old man isn't smashing some record or other.


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